Bristol, South West, United Kingdom
Welcome to Bristol Marina, Bristol's only fully serviced Marina in the very heart of Bristol.
Bristol Marina has been in operation since 1999 and during this time we have constantly updated and improved our facilities. These improvements include a new laundrette, site security fences and cameras, new fuelling berth and soon to be completed a new pump out station.
We feel that we are not just a marina, we are very proud that we also have a full working boat yard, this is becoming increasing rare these days. In the boat yard owners are able to repair, fit-out or even build their own boats using their own skills or utilising independent contractors. Being in the centre of Bristol makes it easy to obtain specialist parts or skills.
Berth holders showers and toilets and car parking
Berth holders launderette
Car and trailer parking
Marine diesel fuel supplies
Chandlers and Sailmakers
Propane and Butane gas
CCTV 24 hr Security cameras
Boat lifting and craneage facilities
plus working boat yard
Other facilities include the Marina Travelift with a maximum capacity of 30 tons and ancillary craneage. Mains electricity, fresh water and telephone connections are available to all Berths. Owners are welcome to carry out repairs to their own boats or use the services of the independent contractors operating from the Marina
Bristol Marina is Bristol's only fully serviced marina. The Marina is situated on the south side of the Floating Harbour and is bounded by The Baltic Wharf housing development and the SS Great Britain
Bristol Marina is accessible from the sea and from the inland waterways using the Kennet and River Avon navigation, indeed it is possible to navigate from London to Bristol using the Kennet and Avon.
From the mouth of the River Avon, the Bristol Floating Harbour Cumberland Basin Entrance lies 10.5km up river. The entrance lock is on the port side approximately 0.7km beyond the historic Clifton Suspension Bridge. Cumberland Basin is the seaward approach to the Floating Harbour, passing through Entrance Lock, Cumberland Basin and Junction Lock.
The Inland Waterway route to Bristol Marina is via Netham Lock and the feeder Canal. The Feeder Canal serves as a navigation link between the Floating Harbour and the River Avon upstream navigation towards the City of Bath. During the day the lock gates are open unless the water level in the river is above or below the level of the harbour
Berths are available for any period from one day to an annual basis. There are a wide variety of payment options available to our clients. Our terms and conditions allow berths to be used in connection with leisure activities,. Marina berthing charges include free use of Boatyard shore berthing as required (subject to availability)